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Calling all book lovers! From books for kids to books for adults (and everything in between), we’ve got all the inspiration you need when the time is right to start a new novel–or finishing the one that’s been sitting on your shelf.

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The Big Idea: Clone Ancient Trees to Save Planet Earth

David Milarch is a pioneering spirit who believes that cloning huge ancient trees—such as the remaining Giant Sequoias in California—


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New Book Reveals Hidden Side of Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker is a legend thanks to his most famous work, Dracula, but there’s more to the author than you


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13 Vintage Presidential Campaign Posters That Will Take You Back

In its new book, the Library of Congress celebrates the past two hundred years of presidential campaign poster art.


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Nate Berkus on the Things That Matter

The loss of his partner in the devastating 2004 tsunami underscored for Nate Berkus a guiding principle of his design...


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Is Your Mind Bigger Than Your Pain?

I have no intention of running a 130+ mile ultramarathon.  And I have no desire to eat vegan.  And yet,


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99 Ways to Tell a Story

Aside from my job at Reader’s Digest, I’m taking a class in Narrative Theory and Screenwriting. One of the books


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The 50 Worst Words in Fifty Shades of Grey

There’s been no shortage of media coverage of this erotica-lite trilogy, and frankly, it’s getting a little much. (You can

13 Iconic Shoes That Changed America

Audrey Hepburn’s famous flats, 80s power sneakers, make-a-statement Manolos: Here, a well-heeled history of American footwear.


Cookbook Obsession: Seamus Mullen’s Hero Food

When rheumatoid arthritis almost caused chef Seamus Mullen to hang up his apron, he turned to food to help him...


Cookbook Obsession: Martha’s American Food

To introduce her newest cookbook of all-American recipes, Martha Stewart shares what makes a classic along with a few desserts...


Baseball’s Best Short Stories

You needn't even be a sports fan to enjoy these 34 hugely entertaining tales.


How Carrots Won the Trojan War

In each chapter, Rupp takes a different vegetable and explores its significance to human beings over the centuries.


RecordSetter Book of World Records

The weirder records are here.